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1A ftritntne. V. SIXTEENTH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY II, 1900. NO. 31. SMIiT WfllfIS 40 CElTS S A Wc have placed on sale about Ten Dozen Ladies' Shirt Waists at 40 cents each. These include fresh new stock with some carried from last year. The quality of these goods will agreeably surprise you af ter having examined the cheap made goods shown by some of our competitors. You will have to come early as they will not last long. WILCOX DEPARTMENT STORE. SHIiT WfllSTS 40 CEIfTS C5 a l-H S3 H H O o m CD COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS May 5, 1900. Bsard met pursuant to adjourn ment. Present Woodliurst, Mc Necl and Carpenter, commissioners and county clerk. The board has under consideration the building of a bridge across the south chan nel of the South Platte river. Ad journed until Monday. May 7, 1900. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment. Present full board and county clerk. Bill of Tho. Haura han was allowed on the bridge fund for 14.00. Btll of Wilcox Depart ment Store allowed on bridge fund for 7.18. Bill of Wilcox depart ment Store allowed on General fund for 4.70. Bond of S. F. Dike mm. overseer Dist. 28 approved. In the matter of employing counsel to assist the county attorney in the suit brought by the Union Pacific Railroad Company in regard to de linquent taxes upon motion of Commissioner Woodliurst the proposition of attorneys Patterson, of North Platte and Bartlctt and Baldridgc of Omaha was accepted by the following vote: Woodliurst and Carpenter voting yes and Mc Ncel voting no. The county clerk is directed to advertise for a pile and plank wagon bridge across the south channel of the South Platte river. Whereupon the board ad journed until June 5, 1900. Notice. All alleys must be thoroughly c leaned at once. This order will be vigorously enforced it it is not com plied with immediately. H. T. Rice, Marshal. BRADY NEWS. Tho Louguo will give n program Sun day ovoning it bolug an nnnivorsnry of its origin. A bnsubnll nlno litis boon organized and It is oxpoctod tlmt thoro will bo a eohoduloof games arrntigoil with Now York, Chicago, Philadelphia and n fow moro of tho neighboring small towns nftor which tho tontn will tour tho Orient. Tho livory barn is established in its now position nnd will soon bo ready for business. Mrs. I. Wills is reported to bo nuito ill. Tho teachers will hold tho Inst read ing circle mooting of tho year on Satur day. Cliorlio O'llourko is painting his rosl donco. Mrs. May Sullivan who has boon visit ing with rolativos uonr tho l'latto re turned Wednesday. Mrs. II. Baker ox pools to go to Trutn bol to bo gono tho greater purl of tho summer, starting probably about tho 20th. F. Qoorgo wns n North l'latto visitor Saturday. Thoro. has nlroady boon some tulk as to tho candldntoB for tho position ou tlio school board. It. O. Burke is out on his ranch for n thirty days lay olT. Mr. Pratt is working horo day times in thoBtntlon duriog Mr. Burko's vacation Mr. Parsons is talking of building u lioiiBo on tho old sito of tho livory barn. Mr. Envy, who Ih now In Illinois for hia health, is reported to bo Improving nnd nblo to tnko tho air In tho country. Will Georgo had n horso soriously cut in tho wiro tho other day. It boenmo frightened at tho train while boing led urar tho track. BETWEEN THE RIVERS. Early planted corn is looking flno nt this time, and it has boon sovond roars pinco whoat promised so abundant a yiold. 'J no llorBlioy bail loam will play a gnmo with an outsido tontn ou tho homo grounds Sunday. Tho Russian colony nrrived Tuosday and will cultivato boots for tho Amen can Sugar Co. nonr Horshoy. Tho most of tho corn planting has boonilmshol in tho valley. Tho acre age iB a littlo loss than usual. Tho crying need of Horshey is a sugnr factory nnd a now school building. Tho rccoding wntor in tho Southjl'lntto is hailod with dohghland tho flood scaro has subsldod. Tho Niohols bridge suo ccfisfully withstood tho strain. Novor boforo in tho history of farming operations in tho valley has alfalfa at tained such ,n growth bo early in tho season ns this yonr. A dozen wandoring nnd wonry willies woro dumpod o(T nt Uorahoy n fow dnys ago. Thoy woro n husky lot of follows but thoy fought shy of mnntinl lnbor. - Tho oxchnnpo stntion nt Horshoy for tho North Plntto Tolophono Co. will bo ut Mickolson's Btoro. F. C. Callowny Is building an nddi tlon to W. II. Hill's house. Ij. E, Jones had a young colt badly lncorntod n fow dnys ago by coming In contact with n wiro fonco. Soobergor &. Co. shlppod n carload of hogs Wedncdny to n woslorn market. It will only bo n short time until teams from nil d'reetionu will bo unloading milk nt tho Nichols Bopnrntor station. W. O. Thompson has roturnod from Donvor, whoro ho was called about two wooks ago by thoBorious illness of his brother Horbort, who died shortly nftor his nrrivnl in that city. W. A. Vollmer nnd Goo. T. Fiold, of North l'latto, woro Horshoy visitors Inst Tuosday. G. A. Staples Inn beon bnllng nnd londitig hay nt Niohols for G. E. Sulll van this wcok. SICKENS DOINGS. Anolhor nlco rain Saturday niidit. j Tho farmers aro fooling jubilant over tho prosnoct tor n good crop nuu thoy kcop C. E Huntor, tho blacksmith, urotty busy shnrponing plows nnd listers nnd vnriouo other farm too's. David Fulk nnd Mr. Gnrdnor.of Hayes county, woro on our stroets Snturdny. J. M. Fristo wns n Wolllleot visitor ono day Inst wook. Wo forgot to montion in our Inst lottor that tho Dickens pchool had closed. It closed Friday, April 27, nnd Miss Gnrri son gnvo n very good entortainmont in tho afternoon nnd ilismlsBsod tho school I wishing thorn n huppy vacation. Sho left that ovoning for her homo north of Wolllleot. Sho lias glvon oxcollont sat isfaction ns n toaohor nnd hor going nwny will bo greatly missod. John Stnl-y U painting his now house on tho north side this wook. Deputy ShorllT Lodgorwood, of North Platto, was in Uiceo parts Friday on bus iness affairs. Guesio, tho nlno months old child of i Mr. nnd Mrs. li. D. Bakor ilieu Sntunlny night nt u o'clock, aho Uoconscd hnu boen sick about thrco week. It wns buriod in tho Dickens cemetery Monday nfternoon, Row Johnson officiating. I We Are Headquarters 1 For Eyeryting" in the Queens ware $ and Glassware Lines. 2 i 5 100-piece Dinner Seta from $8.00 to $13.00 jjjS $E f-piece Toilet Sets from $2.50 'to $3.50 12-piecc Toilet Seta from $5.50 lo $7.50 Lemonade Sets with Tray from 90c to $1.50 rX Engraved Tumblers per set 35 cents 5 Plain Tumblers per set 25 and 30 cents SEE S A very nice open stock pattern in semi-porcelain dec- j orated china. Inspect our lines when you want something" nice at right prices. g GROCERIES. 3 -r Morning Glory Flour, the most dependable flour sold in 3Pj ISorth Platte only one dollar a sack. Kerosene Oil per giillon 16c J Yeast Foam, 2 pkgs for 05c 4 T. 1 itlllC O.Ul, m Miltlvrt 1(11 , UOC Eajjlc Condensed Milk, 2 cans for 35c 2 Arbucklc's Coffee 13c. 2 pkgs for 25c S Lion Coffee 13c, 2 pkys for 25c XXXX ColTee 13c, 2 pkgs for 25c gr: Bee Coffee per pkg 14c fc g Bogota Coffee per pkg, , 18c ?5 Cream of "Wheat per pkg 15c jZJ 2 Shredded AVhole Wheat Biscuit 13c, 2 pkgs for 25c 3 Sage per package 04c Hops per packages 04c 3 Battle Ax Tobacco per plug 35c z Horse Shoe Tobacco per plug 45c S Star Tobacco per plug 45c 2 Standard Navv Tobacco per plug 35c 5" Whittemorc (2ilt lOdge Shoe Dressing 20c Mirror Gloss Starch per jiackage 05c ty Ofeo-Highest prevailing prices paid for Uutter and fc: i THE HUB GROCERY CO., ( Dewey Street. Telephone No. 27. NORTH PLATT15. Q 3 S3 The Greatest of All Sales. - THE MODEL'S GREAT UNLOADING SALE. -I 1llfinp nnrsolvns p-vfljitlv ovfir-stoknfl wn nrn forfinrl to o.; nric.nK in roflnnn nnv immnnsft fif.nc.k' nf nintliincr flnnf. " O ' O J - - 1 - - ,) v Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. Road each item carefully and notice tho extraordinary low prico s. This sale will continue for thirty days. CLOTHING. Men's Brown Cheviot Suits in Piped Serge Lining, regular price $6,50, (P r TJnloading Sale price vPM,,0 Men's Black Cotton Worsted Suits, reg ular price $6.00, Unloading -71-Sale price J Q Sixty Cassimere Suits, former price Ten Dollars, Unloading Sale t r- price. M'O -t- " - " Men's Blue Serge Suits, former price $11.50, Unloading Sale (fcQ r- price 7 vpO.50 GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Men's Rockford Socks, former price P' Men's Cotton Sweaters in black, blue and v maroon, former nnce no and ic 1 oc, Unloading Sale price, Men's Suspenders former price 1 Ap , 25c, Unloading Sale price 1UL Unloading Sale price 40c Ten Dozen Men's Working loading Sale price. . Shirts at ADC Boys' Cotton Sweaters in black, blue and maroon, former price 50c, Un- oc. QUU Ten dozen Men's Undershirts in different Fifty Dozen Men's black and white strine Working Shirts former price i mcr price 75c, Unloading Sale price OC 50c, Unloading Sale price Ut1 1 b 1 Men's Dress Shirts, fancy bosoms, former price 75 cents, Unload- J A : ing Sale price nrvL Boys' Brown Plaid Suits, round and 1 - square cut. single and double-breasted, , Men's Dress Shirts, cuffs detached, for former price $7.50, Unload- Cfcr- -jr , mcr price 75c and $1.00, Unload- CAr ing Sale price O D , ing Sale price. c)UL Boys' Long Pants Suits, former price $5.00, Unloading Sale t0 C f price MO'O Great reductions on all Children's Suits in this Unloading Sale. Suits from 50c up All One Dollar MONARCH Shirts, stiff bosoms, former price $1.00, "y unloading sale price OO Men's and Boys' Silk Bosom Shirts will go for 50 cents in this Unloading Sale. Fifty dozen Men's Ribbed Underwear former price 75c a suit, Unload- ing Sale price per suit... OUC 25 dozen Men's Ribbed Underwear in brown and tan, former price $1.50 u suit, Unloading Sale price a suit pl00 Boys' Ribbed Uifdeiwcar, all sizes, will go in this sale at 25c a garment. Boys' ShirtWaists, former price 25 cts., Unloading Sale price I2c. Boots and Shoes. Our Men's Shoes at $1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, and 3.50 arc the best values that can be found in any store and a guar antee goes with every pair. Hats and Caps. Boys' straw Hats from 5 cents up. Men's Straw Hats from 10 cents up. A lot of odds and ends 75c and $1 Hats wc will sell for 50 cents. Men's Black Cotton Worsted Pants former price $1.50, Unloading Sale price $1.00. 100 pairs Boys' Knee Pants, former prices 35, 50, 75 and$i, will go in this unloading sale for 25 Cents. This is a bonafide UNLOADING SALE. Come and examine our stock and prices and you will be convinced that it will pay you always to trade at the MODEL ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, ItffIX IIlR.SCHBflUlyl, Pi-op. The Bargain Giver of North Platte. Remember for 30 days only. Bring this list with you.